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2024/25 Laliga Campaign Gets Draw Date, Venue

La Liga

Written by Olaleye Oluwadamilola

The official La Liga season is about to get its roadmap with the draws for the 2024/25 LALIGA EA SPORTS season set to take place at the Royal Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) headquarters on June 18th.

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Here’s something interesting: Unlike most leagues, La Liga uses an asymmetric schedule. This means no two matchdays will be exactly the same. Why? It’s a complex dance to accommodate various factors like security, European competitions, club schedules, stadium availability, and even local festivities.

As communicated, the goal is to maximize attendance and keep fans glued to their screens.


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La Liga gets underway on the weekend of August 18th for both divisions. La Liga EA Sports, the top tier, wraps up its season on May 25th, while La Liga HyperMotion (the second division) concludes its regular season on June 1st. But the fight for promotion isn’t over yet! Promotion play-offs from La Liga HyperMotion to La Liga EA Sports will be held between June 7th and 22nd.

Five FIFA international breaks have been set:

· Monday 2nd – Tuesday 10th September 2024

· Monday 7th – Tuesday 15th October 2024

· Monday 11th – Tuesday 19th November 2024

· Monday, 17th – Tuesday, 25th March 2025

· Monday, 2nd – Tuesday, 10th June 2025

La Liga EA Sports will have four nights of matches scattered throughout the season, while La Liga HyperMotion will have two. La Liga then takes a break after the games on Sunday, December 22nd. The season resumes on the weekend of January 12th.

Since one team is still battling for promotion to La Liga EA Sports, the draw will feature 19 confirmed teams alongside a placeholder: ESP/OVI. This stands for RCD Espanyol de Barcelona (ESP) and Real Oviedo (OVI), the two teams vying for that final spot.

The Copa del Rey final is tentatively set for April 26th, but the official date is still awaiting confirmation from the RFEF (Royal Spanish Football Federation).

Meanwhile…

Spain’s Euro journey begins on June 15th in Berlin with a tough Group B challenge against Croatia! Defending champions Italy and Albania also lie in wait.

Coach Luis de la Fuente is finalizing his lineup to face Zlatko Dalic’s experienced Croatian side, with defense a top priority.

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Despite missing recent games, veteran defender Aymeric Laporte is expected to keep his starting spot. De la Fuente dismissed rumors of chronic injuries, attributing Laporte’s absence to precautions taken during their Saudi Arabia training camp.

Marca reports De la Fuente sees Laporte as “one of the best” and crucial for the tournament. With the most caps among Spain’s center backs, Laporte’s experience seems to have secured his place in the starting XI.

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